#2
its not really all that good for metal
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#3
id say get it. i had it for about a month....long story but i dont have it anymore. its a great amp though.

Adam
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my grandma is dying and my mum wants me to play something on bass for her, any body got any suggestions?!

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another one bites the dust has a pretty cool bass line
#4
Quote by benEboy2008
its not really all that good for metal


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Schecter C-1 Hellraiser (Black Cherry)
Peavey 6505 Plus Head: 120W all-tube goodness
Peavey 6505 4x12 Slant Cab
Tacoma Somethin-or-other Acoustic (i bought it used)
#5
its more for blues and hard rock, i think its worth the cash i paid for it, but i have the 112 version too, i dunno if theres that much difference between the combo and the head though
otherwise i'd say get it if you enjoy hard rock and blues and stuff, and just get a pedal for it if you want to play metal too
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Sex her, take the guitar, then sex her mom and have her walk in on you. Then, mom is happy, she doesn't want to be your friend anymore, and you keep the geetar. It's a win win for America!
#6
Try out a Marshall JCM 900 combo.
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